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Working on all 3 of mine here and there. Also, my E and a C.
Hoarder!!!!! JK, nice cars!
Working on mine too, it will be fired up this weekend. First time since 1976! It might be on some yard dog exhaust, but I’m sure it will fire up and run. Can’t wait!
First time since 76!! You must be excited.
Do a burnout out for all of us to help celebrate.
I will, and I certainly will video the startup. Its voice hasn’t been heard in a long, long time!
Although not a B-body, this was my first installment of an engine & transmission from underneath; circa 1982 or 1983.
Cutoffs. Thanks for the memories!
Looks kinda sketchy?
I need to start working on something I just can't remember what I hope Summit Racing is still shipping I need some quality tune up stuff, distributor cap, rotor, low ohm rest. plug-wires thinking of going to a different coil & Pertronix Digital Ignition box, pnx-512 $216.97 Summit Racing probably in black not silver ditching the ol' MP chrome box & blaster coil been down the MSD rout on many occasions too, want to try something else, this looks intriguing FBO site rates them pretty well anyone ever use it ? if so what'd you think about it ?
Actually, it wasn't really.That was back in the day of working in my parent's garage. We had two identical sears floor jacks with a 6" block of wood on top positioned at the intersection of the frame rails and transmission crossmember. This was a 3-man job. Once the car was up high enough, and the engine was underneath, two of us would be lowering the floor jacks evenly while the 3rd was in front guiding us to make sure that it was lowering evenly left and right. It worked out quite well back then, but today, my lift takes the place of the floor jacks.
I'm trying to find rear drum brake assemblies for my projects. I put a wanted ad here but didn't get many responses. I almost had one deal but I didn't like the price. With so many rear disc brake kits out there, I just thought that there would be all sorts of people willing to sell their drum brakes they removed.
Careful kid, you'll put yer eye out with that thing!
Oh the old IROC method with identically prepared jack's. Got it.
Keep us posted. A video would be fun.